Domenico Di Sante, Ph.D.

Affiliate Research Fellow, CCQ, Flatiron Institute

Domenico Di Sante joined the Flatiron Institute in 2021 as a Visiting Researcher at the Center for Computational Quantum Physics. He is an Assistant Professor at the University of Bologna. He earned a B.S. in physics at the University of L’Aquila in 2011 and a Ph.D. in physics in 2015. He subsequently was a postdoctoral fellow and young group leader at the Physics Department of the University of Würzburg.

Domenico’s research is focused on the numerical quantum simulations of the electronic properties of non-interacting and interacting material systems, with emphasis on topology and spin-orbit driven phenomena. Domenico is the principal investigator of an individual Marie Curie fellowship which aims at using machine learning applications in condensed matter problems.

Selected Publications

Turbulent hydrodynamics in strongly correlated Kagome metals” by Domenico Di Sante, Johanna Erdmenger, Martin Greiter, Ioannis Matthaiakakis, René Meyer, David Rodríguez Fernández, Ronny Thomale, Erik van Loon and Tim Wehling, Nature Communications 11, 3997 (2020)

Unconventional superconductivity in a doped quantum spin Hall insulator” by Xianxin Wu, Mario Fink, Werner Hanke, Ronny Thomale and Domenico Di Sante, Phys. Rev. B 100, 041117 (2019)

Disorder-Driven Metal-Insulator Transitions in Deformable Lattices” by Domenico Di Sante, Simone Fratini, Vladimir Dobrosavljević and Sergio Ciuchi, Phys. Rev. Lett. 118, 036602 (2017)

Robust spin-polarized midgap states at step edges of topological crystalline insulators” by Paolo Sessi, Domenico Di Sante, Andrzej Szczerbakow, Florian Glott, Stefan Wilfert, Henrik Schmidt, Thomas Bathon, Piotr Dziawa, Martin Greiter, Titus Neupert, Giorgio Sangiovanni, Tomasz Story, Ronny Thomale and Matthias Bode, Science 354, 1269 (2016)

Electric control of the giant Rashba effect in bulk GeTe” by Domenico Di Sante, Paolo Barone, Riccardo Bertacco and Silvia Picozzi, Adv. Mater. 25, 509 (2013)

Advancing Research in Basic Science and MathematicsSubscribe to Flatiron Institute announcements and other foundation updates